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Did you know that there are 6 places you can visit in Paris for free, if you are under 25. As you know, Paris, the French Capital is internationally known for the multiple sites to visit and for all the secrets that this city keeps. If you are under 25 years old, come and discover the culture of this amazing, romantic city for free!

Free entry is only possible for EU nationals or residents, with presentation of your ID card or passport. If you don’t have one of these, each of these attractions are “must visits” and are worth paying for.

The Army Museum- National Hotel of the Invalides

Located in the prestigious Invalids’ National Hotel, the Army museum is 8000 square metres in size. Here, it is possible to admire more than 500 000 objects and treasure from history chronologically showcased around specific. In this location you will have the opportunity to discover two beautiful churches and especially the Dome’s Church with the famous painting under the cupola and the tomb of Napoleon.

Address : 129 rue de Grenelle 75007, Paris
RER : Invalides
Metro: Ivalides, Varenne or La Tour-Maubourg

The Quai Branly Museum

This museum is near the Eiffel Tower and the Seine River. Quai Branly Museum is where you can admire more than 3,500 artworks from Africa, America, Asia and from around the world. You will also see funky architecture imagined by Jean Nouvel and the wild garden which you can walk around. If you’re hungry, you can grab a bite from the panoramic restaurant or the Café-Branly. This is a place to spend hours at; you will never see enough and will never want to leave.

Address : 37 Quai Branly 75007, Paris
RER C : Pont de l’Alma or Champ de Mars- Tour Eiffel
Metro : Alma-Marceau, Iéna, Ecole Militaire or Bir Hakeim

Orangery Museum

Open almost everyday of the year, go here to admire all Claude Monet’s artwork The Nymphéas and more than a hundred other paintings done by Jean Walter, Paul Guillaume, Picasso, Renoir and more. Take the time to go and visit this magnificent place to discover some of the most famous artworks in the world.

Address : Jardin des Tuileries 74001, Paris.
Metro : Concorde

City of Architecture and Heritage

Walk around over 1000 years of architecture’s, all one place! Discover all the history of this type of art and in different ways: videos, drawings, life size architecture such as the painting of the Cathedral of Cahors’ copula and models. Temporary expositions, and videoguides keep everyone interested in what is exposed in this building. There is also a library where you can buy different items and an amazing café with a terrace from which you can admire the view across Paris.

Address : Palais de Chaillot, 1 place du Trocadéro and du 11 novembre 75116 PARIS
Metro : Trocadéro

The Arc de Triomphe

Go to the top of one of the most famous monuments in Paris and admire the amazing view of the French capital for free! Built under the instruction of Napoleon the 1st, the Arc celebrates battles and honours the memory of the unknown soldiers – inside, you can read on the names of soldiers that were killed in battle on the walls.

Address : up the Champs Elysées – Place de l’Etoile
RER A: Charles de Gaulle Etoile
Metro: Charles de Gaulle Etoile, George V, Champs-Elysées Clemenceau

Panthéon

Located on the top of Sainte-Genevieve mountain, also known as the hill of the Latin district, you can visit this amazing and beautiful monument and admire the dome from the inside. From April to October you can even admire the view of Paris from the dome’s colonnade. Don’t miss this opportunity, take your camera and capture the best pictures of and from this enigmatic monument.

Address : Place du Panthéon
Metro : Cardinal Lemoine, Cluny – La Sorbonne, Jussieu, Censier- Daubenton
RER B : Luxembourg

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These recommendations come from our friends at Universal Tour Guide.

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